Christine Olshefsky
Architecture, Pacific Northwest architects, Ming Zhang, MZA, MZA Architecture, Multi-family architecture, Office architecture design, Civic architecture design, Civic projects, Interior design, Retail building design, Master planning design, Bellevue architects, Seattle architects, Shanghai architects, Chinese architects, Award-winning architecture and design
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Author: Christine Olshefsky

By BRIAN MILLERReal Estate Editor Between 2014 and 2017, using LLCs, Eastside investor Jia Niu paid about $8.1 million to assemble a row of old houses on the north tip of West Seattle. Now there's a redevelopment proposal for 1116 Alki Ave S.W., which spans six parcels between the...

By JOURNAL STAFF SEATTLE — Part of the parapet sloughed off last month at the Prefontaine Building, at 110 Prefontaine Place S. in Pioneer Square. There were no reported injuries from the crumbling masonry on the century-old building's north side, facing Yesler Way. However, a corner bus stop...

At MZA, the health and wellness of our employees, our clients, partners, and the communities we serve are our primary concerns. As we face the challenges of responding and preparing appropriately for the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken steps to safeguard our team and our...

By BRIAN MILLERReal Estate Editor A long-vacant waterfront development site at 6211 Lake Washington Blvd. N.E. in Kirkland has sold for a little over $11.8 million, according to King County records. The buyer was BDR Kirkland 15 LLC, associated with homebuilder BDR of Bellevue, which is planning a three-story, nine-condominium...

By JOURNAL STAFF The new Hotel Indigo, at 1028 13th St. on the Everett waterfront, will mark its official opening with a private party on Dec. 4. The 142-room hotel, located in the Port of Everett's Waterfront Place development, is already open to guests. See the full article...